"Hum apne iradon ko mehdood nahin karte, Us raah par kya chalna jis raah par manzil ho" To translate it with the obvious loss in translation - " I do not constrain my plans - Why walk on a path that leads to a destination" An uncle of mine was quizzing me on what my plans for the future are and I could only manage a non commital - "I am not sure, maybe I will do this or maybe that". On this he quoted this beautiful sher (Urdu Couplet), and thereby made answering such questions a lot easier. Here it would not be amiss to explain that I am no kid just getting out of college ( though in these days I notice thats the kids getting out of college often have pretty concrete plans) . I am approaching 30 and have been married for four years, an age at which most people are at least in the initial stages of the execution of their plan for life; and I don't have one. And what is perhaps more important is- I don't want to have one. In many late night discuss
To Be Free is to have the ability to choose. But this does not bring with it the desire to choose. I prize freedom and want it,and feel compelled to use it. And yet, I know not what to do with it!